Can You Read These Rxs?

Published Online: Thursday, April 18, 2013
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Rx 1
When Jennifer Parrish, PharmD, pharmacy manager at Walgreens in Pennsylvania, received this prescription, she and her staff were stumped. A call to the prescribing physician’s office provided the necessary clarification.
Can you figure it out?

 



Rx 2
Lisa Chamblee, PharmD, and pharmacist tech Cassie Yeakley, needed some help interpreting this prescription that was brought in to Laws Drug Store in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Can you read this Rx?


Rx 3
When Leslie Chaplin, CphT, pharmacy manager at Pharmacy Express, received this prescription, she knew that additional investigation would be required to decipher these details.
Can you guess what is written?



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